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 Medical Training and Fellowships in Paediatrics
HomePaediatric Training UK

Completion of a postgraduate qualification-MD; DNB; FCPS
Completion of IELTS exam (Academic)
 Insights into Pediatric Training UK
A lot of trainees having done paediatrics in their home country opt for further training in Paediatrics abroad for a variety of different reasons. This includes further top up training to enhance skills. Some trainees want to return to the home country with these skills but some would want to settle abroad. Some trainees want to migrate to other healthcare systems and practice in those systems.  This 3 hour course provides insights into how prospective trainees might want to approach this
This scheme is run by the RCPCH and is a route for PLAB exemption.
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Proficiency in English is mandatory
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The course provides insight into how candidates interpret job descriptions to differentiate posts that are service grade versus those with genuine training element
​What centers with structured training programmes offer and why you must be careful of vetting what's best for you. An example of an excellent training programme is attached. 
The structure of Paediatric Training in the UK is covered in explicit detail.
The course is run by Dr Alok Sharma, Dr Ranjit Gunda and Dr Atul Gupta who have trained in different healthcare systems abroad and worked in multiple different Paediatric healthcare systems worldwide including the India, UAE, Saudi Arabia, UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand.
The course addresses in detail the approach candidates might want to take based on their existing experience ad qualifications and is limited to 10 people per course to provide individualised feedback. A copy of the candidates CV is requested once enrolled 8 weeks prior to the course. Please note the course fee is 10 pounds.

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